3 min readAre you still trying to figure out the best route to travel to Europe, but are stuck on where and when you should go and what you should do? We’ve got the answer to all of these questions with this stellar lineup of must-see music festivals this summer in Europe. Ride the rails … Continue reading Riding the Rails to the Best Summer European Concerts
7 min readThere’s been an air of uncertainty and confusion over the last few months in terms of American visas, particularly the year-long Graduate Visa. Just like the updated requirement of the J1 visa in 2015 that made a confirmed job prior to departure a requirement, each year can see changes to eligibility. Last November, things became … Continue reading 10 Grad Visa Myths in 2017 – Debunked!
9 min readThis week we have been in contact with the CEO of Ruby Media Group, in New York, to get some top tips on how to land your dream internship in New York with our Graduate visa opportunity. Kris Ruby is the CEO of Ruby Media Group, a Public Relations and Social Media Agency. Ruby … Continue reading How To Land That Dream Internship in the US, From A New York CEO
1 min readWhat an unbelievable opportunity this is…and you don’t even need to perfect your ‘bend and snap’.
1 min read “New Yorkers love the Irish, they really do. I’m not sure if it’s our accents, our personalities or a little bit of our charm but being Irish over here is a really, really good thing” We can’t blame them really, especially when the calibre of graduates arriving from Ireland to the … Continue reading Grad Visa Spotlight: Retro Flame On The Perks Of Being An Irish Gal In NYC
3 min readWhen you think of an internship role at a company what springs to mind? Zero pay or travel expenses only? Manual data entry? Becoming an unofficial barista? You’d be forgiven for thinking all of these when you look at the landscape for graduate jobs and internships in Ireland right now. In the US, … Continue reading US Tech Firms Average Intern Salaries Are Very Different To Irish Equivalent